We know the well-documented yogic promises of improved flexibility, balance and core strength. But what’s the benefit of adding heat?
Bikram expert Amy King of Bikram Yoga Victoria and Lucinda Mills of in Melbourne state their claims. The rest is up to you.
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Known for burning anywhere between 500 to 1,000 calories a session, Bikram yoga warms muscles to help burn fat easily.
Weight normalisation is about finding balance, and all the work we do on the mat helps you become exquisitely self-aware, but also wonderfully balanced and deeply content. This helps transform your relationship with what and how you eat.
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